It’s time for another guest article now as Reading fan Oliver Walsh – who you can follow on Twitter here returns. This week Oliver gives us a review of the Champions League Final in 100 words. As always Oliver it’s over to you
Efficient and Brilliant, two words perfectly surmising Juventus and Real Madrid.
Ronaldo’s guided opener: efficient. Mandzukic’s acrobatic overhead: Brilliant.
Delicately poised at half time, a chance for the managers to shine.
Madrid emerged, Casemiro’s deflected strike bent past a depleted Buffon, who’s 22 year long dream slowly trickled away, only to be struck into impossibility through Ronaldo’s deft finish.
105 Champions League goals at 32. Efficient and Brilliant.
Juventus had only conceded 3 goals up to the final, yet Marco Asenjo made it four for Los Blancos. The heir to Ronaldo’s throne.
Zidane and Ronaldo’s Real Madrid: Efficient and Brilliant.
Thanks Oliver and as always I look forward to your next installment
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